InfoGard recently became a participating lab in the Visa Ready Program for mPOS. Contact email@example.com for more information about having your mobile payment acceptance solution evaluated to become Visa Ready.
InfoGard tests and certifies EHR products enabling users to achieve Meaningful Use and apply to CMS for financial incentives. Our streamlined process includes the tools for efficient preparation and testing of EHR applications. Each customer receives personalized compliance consulting with the trained test proctor to answer questions and interpret the Certification Criteria.
InfoGard established its reputation as an international Independent Third Party in Security, Privacy, and Cryptography Evaluation and Testing by helping create Five Major Programs concerning Healthcare Information Technology, Federally Mandated Security and Financial Services. Learn more »
InfoGard was the first organization approved by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to Test and Certify Applications used by Prescribers and Pharmacies for Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS).
InfoGard provides the results you need in FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria validations. Year after year, InfoGard has maintained its proven track record of validating more Cryptographic Modules than any other laboratory while providing exceptional Customer satisfaction through our Common Criteria offerings.
InfoGard, the original author of the VISA PIN Entry Device (PED) Security Testing Requirements, is the premier laboratory for Evaluation of Financial Payment devices to PCI PTS POI Module Security Requirements Version 4.x. Learn more
InfoGard brings over 15 years of payment device experience that began as the first laboratory approved to perform PED evaluations under the predecessor to the PCI program. With our EMV Terminal Type testing expected to launch early 2015, we are primed to be the one stop shop for EMV Terminal Type, PCI PTS, and mPOS evaluations.
InfoGard is the premier Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) Certifier and became the first Certifier approved by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS). Read more »
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